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Board Members

Jim Taylor


Jim is an Osage Native American rancher and former oil "wildcatter" who has become a dear member of the Sage Hawk family. Jim was one of Sage Hawk's very first financial sponsors. He succeeds our former president, Connor Gilchrist who did an outstanding job since Sage Hawk was founded back in 2016.  Jim is the owner of The Lodge at Taylor Ranch just outside Pawhuska, Oklahoma, home to two of Oklahoma's premiere disc golf courses. The Taylor family ranch is a place where families can come and enjoy the great outdoors with weddings, parties, disc golf tournaments, retreats, Boy Scout camp-outs, fishing derbies, rustic cabins and RV parking.  Jim is also blessed with a huge family.  As a sign in his driveway reads, "Come once and you're a visitor - Come twice and you're family".

Connor L Gilchrist


Connor served as Sage Hawk's president from 2017 to 2022. Because of his love of Sage Hawk's mission to bring the empowerment of computer and financial literacy to those who needed help, his service has been invaluable. Connor graduated from the University of Maryland in 2018 with a Bachelor's Degree in Bachelor of Arts in the field of Graphics Communications. His tireless energy earned him a place on the Dean's List for over 10 consecutive semesters. Today, he works as a graphical design engineer at TOMI Environmental Solutions in Frederick, Maryland.

Donna Roberts Robbins

Director of the Osage Region


Donna brings a multitude of incredible talent to Sage Hawk and is a powerhouse of energy.  Not only has she worked closely with the Osage Nation, she also worked in schools and community agencies teaching nutrition, financial and anti-bullying programs.  She recently retired from her job as the Osage County Oklahoma State University Extension Coordinator, where she worked with, and continues to be involved with Family and Consumer Sciences and 4-H County Extension Director as well as serving on Hunger, Jobs and Employment, and Risky Behavior teams.  She is also on the board of directors for the Osage County Health Improvement Organization. 

Caroline Hutchison

Director of Communications & Marketing


Originally hailing from Drummond Island, Michigan, Caroline is an avid social media consultant and video production specialist. As talented as she is, what really sets Caroline apart is her unparalleled tenacity, enthusiasm, focus and love of a challenge. She enjoys travelling, getting back to her “YOOPER” roots of the upper peninsula of Michigan for some hunting, playing golf and having fun with her kids. A fitness enthusiast, she's also a coach at Independent Beachbody!  Her professionalism, marketing and communication skills are formidable, making her a valuable asset to Sage Hawk. Caroline will help bring Sage Hawk to the next level in helping Native America. 

Jim Mills

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Jim served as Sage Hawk's first Vice President and was instrumental in helping Sage Hawk get off the ground. He is a former Marine and enjoys volunteering much of his time working with Toys for Tots and was the president of  a local Elks Lodge. He currently lives with his wife, Sandy in Hagerstown, Maryland.

Jeffrey L Gilchrist

Founder & Executive Director


Jeff is a retired veteran and a father of two grown children and is a grandfather.  Graduating with an Associates in Electronics Technology in 1982, he joined the Air Force where he worked as an Inertial Navigation Systems technician on the Air Force’s E-3A Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) at Tinker AFB, Oklahoma.  After leaving the Air Force, he spent 2 years as a civilian electronics technician working on the Multiple Launch Rocket Systems for the U.S. Army in Camden, Arkansas.  Two years later he joined the Army on active duty and became trained in military Satellite Communications and worked for the Army’s Space Command in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  Once assigned to Europe, Jeff became the Information Assurance Manager (IAM) of cyber security operations for the Director of Information Management for the 39th Signal Battalion. When he retired from the U.S. Army in 2005, he worked as a Cybersecurity Certification and Accreditation Analyst for the FBI, the Director of Information Systems Administration, the Library of Congress and the Office of Personnel Management. He now devotes his time to his love of the Native American community. 

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